Amanda Ives

Amanda Ives

loves me little and big surfer dudes!,loves to laugh and have a fun time... i love spending time with my family and friends...peace,tranquility and harmony!AND
Amanda Ives
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Coping skills:

"Coping Skills Toolbox" - This is a great idea for anyone. I could make a sunshine-y box full of all yellow stuff or just things in general to cheer someone up when they're feeling down.

The tear collector cares about your feelings. Now I know what to do with all those googly eyes from the craft store. Thanks @mental_fills for the cute idea.

The tear collector cares about your feelings. Now I know what to do with all those googly eyes from the craft store.

Worry cloud. Externalise worries and then process leading to change.

This worry cloud activity can help you get a better understanding of what the child is feeling without pressuring them into talking.

Worry Dolls- How to

Worry Dolls - another "how to" with different craft supplies you may have on hand. Idea is to give your mind a break from the worrying by telling the dolls your worries and tucking them away to do the work for you!

A coping toolbox can help a child regulate themselves and their emotions by giving coping mechanisms for which they can rely on themselves.

Recovery Kit/Grounding Box/Self-Help Box Thingy! So, there are several different names we could call this, like grounding box, comfort box or coping skills toolbox. I’m going to go with recovery kit.